|Dave Neill (#47088056)|
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I am happy to run down photos of gravesites for folks with relatives buried in Wake, Durham, and Orange counties of North Carolina.|
Hope I can help.
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|Jeff Jones||James Hales|
Thank you for the quick response in taking a picture of the grave for James Hales. I really appreciate it!
|PKA Mack||Sidney Fennall Ellis|
Thanks for your successful attempt to photograph the marker for Sidney. I am amazed at all the helpful, kind volunteers at Findagrave. You are making it possible for me to compile photos and information for my family.
Peggy Kelley Mack
Added by PKA Mack on Apr 20, 2012 9:28 AM
|Sue||Jay Williams photo - Montlawn Memorial Park|
Dave - Thanks for trying. Someone else had already e-mailed me to let me know. They hadn't claimed the request. The cemetery was supposed to fax me a map but never did. I'll try again.
Added by Sue on Apr 14, 2012 8:55 AM
|Tony Hargrove||Dorothea Dix grave|
Ditto for me. Thanks for checking.
|Grace||Dorothea Dix grave|
Thank you for looking for Louise Baucom's grave. It is sad to learn there is no marker for her.
Added by Grace on Feb 13, 2012 2:02 PM
|Eleanor F.||Ida & Pettigrew Wood|
Thanks for your attempt to photograph Pettigrew's marker. I suppose the family did not give him his own and were content with the knowledge that his burial spot could be determined by the presence of his wife's grave.
I was surprised by the absence of snow on or near Ida Wood's marker, knowing of a large snow storm that moved up the east coast in early February. Thought all markers would be buried for a long time...but glad to see you were successful! Many thanks to you! Yes, William C. Wood and Lillie Snotherly are their children. I was unaware William was buried there, and never knew Lillie's married name so had no idea what became of her so now I must thank you for this added information. I suppose Robert Snotherly must be Lillie's husband. If by chance you took those photos as well, feel free to make memorials for them and add the photos, unless you would prefer that I make the memorials and then put in a photo request for the pictures which you can then claim. Let me know. Again, thanks so much!
|Eleanor F.||Earl Wood|
Thanks for that link - what a wonderful resource! I'll be spending a lot of time there! Thanks again.
|Eleanor F.||Earl Wood|
Thanks so much for the clearer picture! I was hoping someone would take on the task of locating his stone and obtaining a better picture than mine, and you did. I noticed under the picture caption that you added "rccpreservation.org". When I tried to access that I get "invalid project". Was this some type of venture you were involved with and could you give me more information about it? I am wondering if that means photos exist for all the stones in that cemetery. I know the cemetery has been around for a LONG time and no complete official inventory list exists any longer. I tried to find another relative there but could not and assumed he had no headstone, but wondered if the 1911 Death Certificate I had for him was truely accurate since it is rare to find a Death Certificate for someone in NC from that time period. Possibly rccpreservation.org would be of help to me? Thanks.
|Trey Matthews||Robert Mathews photo|
I just saw that you had claimed my photo request. Thanks so much.
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